By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Ghana winger Albert Adomah feels four points will be enough see the Black Stars through in a tough group at the 2014 World Cup.
Ghana is up against it having been drawn against Germany, Portugal and USA in Group G for next summer’s tournament in Brazil.
The Black Stars are however determined to maintain their record of always making it past the first round at the World Cup since its debut appearance in 2006 in Germany.
And Adomah feels gathering four points – the same number of points that saw the Black Stars through at the last World Cup in South Africa – will be just enough to see Ghana through again to next round of the competition.
“I feel good that we qualified – that’s the main thing. When we get there, I’m sure we’ll come up with a plan to get past the group stage,” the Middelsborough winger said.
“I think it’s one of the hardest groups, and from what I can see, if we can get four points, then maybe we could sneak through.”
Ghana will open the World Cup campaign against USA on June 16 in Natal.
The Black Stars will then square off with three time winners Brazil five days later in Fortaleza before facing Portugal in the final group game in Brasilia.